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Bicycles are a great way to explore the campground and are encouraged as a mode of transportation within the park. They are permitted on park roads but not on the trail system.
Visitors to MacLeod could expect to see Red-eyed Vireos, ovenbirds, Northern Warblers, Broad-winged Hawks and ospreys.
Bring your own boat and launch it from the park’s boat launch, or rent a boat from suppliers nearby. Explore the lake with its many inlets, bays, islands and marshes.
Travelling by canoe is the perfect way to explore Kenogamisis Lake. Canoes can be rented from local outfitters near the park.
Cast a line for pike and walleye in Kenogamisis Lake and Kenogamisis River.
MacLeod Trail - 1 km (30 minutes) easy
This trail passes through a forest of Trembling Aspen, the prominent tree in the park. Much of the original forest was destroyed by fire in 1939. A trail guide is available that explains forest succession.
The sandy beach is a popular attraction for day visitors and campers.